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Red oak (Quercus coccinea)
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because you’d be hard pressed to find a tree more beneficial to more kinds of wildlife. Red oak (Quercus coccinea, zones 4-9) is a fantastic choice for fall color
“Red Oak” — donnad918
David Harber
Armillary Sphere
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pleached trees to create privacy and block wind and sound while creating a wildlife environment in a limited space.
pleached trees to create privacy and block wind and sound while creating a wildlife environment in a limited space. Houzz guides to growing fruit trees
pleached trees to create privacy and block wind and sound while creating a wildlife environment in a limited space.Houzz guides to growing fruit trees
“Globe” — Sharon Emery
Barbara Pintozzi
Great Lakes May
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It’s native from Minnesota to Arkansas and east, and will support more wildlife than hosta — plus, it’s just as carefree. Shown: Solomon’s plume (Maianthemum
It’s native from Minnesota to Arkansas and east, and will support more wildlife than hosta — plus, it’s just as carefree. Shown: Solomon’s plume (Maianthemum
It’s native from Minnesota to Arkansas and east, and will support more wildlife than hosta — plus, it’s just as carefree.
It’s native from Minnesota to Arkansas and east, and will support more wildlife than hosta — plus, it’s just as carefree. Shown: Solomon’s plume (Maianthemum
“Solomons plume instead of Hostas, native to MN. and are carefree like hostas” — pattipaul
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Benjamin Vogt / Monarch Gardens
3 Reviews
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may be different than these plants, but they'll be no less rewarding for wildlife in your area.
nt than these plants, but they'll be no less re­ward­ing for wildlife in your area. Will you re­think your but­ter­fly bush?
plants will capture snow, insulating their roots, and will provide cover for wildlife. Many a flock of juncos has socialized beneath snow-laden grasses and asters
may be different than these plants, but they'll be no less rewarding for wildlife in your area. Will you rethink your butterfly bush? What plants native
“aromatic aster (Aster oblongifolius, zones 3 to 10), shown in the background here. A small shrublike” — lynnjoseph
Benjamin Vogt / Monarch Gardens
3 Reviews
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Central Plains native grows almost anywhere and provides valuable nectar and wildlife shelter year-round. Benefits and tolerances: Its flowers attract all kinds
Central Plains native grows almost anywhere and provides valuable nectar and wildlife shelter year-round.Benefits and tolerances: Its flowers attract all kinds
“Mountain mint” — phlishie
Sparrow Landscaping LLC
8 Reviews
Butterfly Prairie
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INCORPORATE NATIVE PLANTS FOR WILDLIFE AND INSECTS
I want to have wildlife in my little mini-forest.
10. Incorporate more native plants for wildlife. Insects need native plants to lay their eggs on so caterpillars have something
Incorporate more native plants for wildlife. Insects need native plants to lay their eggs on so caterpillars have something
10. Incorporate more native plants for wildlife. Insects need native plants to lay their eggs on so caterpillars have something to eat. Might I suggest
“Backyard and butterflies” — Kelly Noel
Samuel H. Williamson Associates
1 Review
shwa
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small children, where safety is paramount. They are also appreciated by wildlife, because the shallow nature of the rill makes it a perfect drinking trough
small children, where safety is paramount. They are also appreciated by wildlife, because the shallow nature of the rill makes it a perfect drinking trough
“Level rills. Rills are usually very shallow and narrow, used as either a design feature to lead the” — jverwijs
Laara Copley-Smith Garden & Landscape Design
3 Reviews
The Kitchen Garden
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plants attract natural fauna, but sometimes staying hands off encourages wildlife most; Copley-Smith keeps a stack of logs as a habitat and cuts back spent
after the threat of winter has passed, to provide shelter and food for wildlife over winter.
plants attract natural fauna, but sometimes staying hands off encourages wildlife most; Copley-Smith keeps a stack of logs as a habitat and cuts back spent
after the threat of winter has passed, to provide shelter and food for wildlife over winter.
“ext” — darsigny
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